Index

Critical Librarianship

ISBN: 978-1-83909-485-9, eISBN: 978-1-83909-484-2

ISSN: 0732-0671

Publication date: 17 August 2020

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(2020), "Index", Hines, S.S. and Ketchum, D.H. (Ed.) Critical Librarianship (Advances in Library Administration and Organization, Vol. 41), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 161-164. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0732-067120200000041011

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INDEX

Academic libraries
, 86

accommodation process
, 124

autism spectrum disorders (ASDs)
, 113

campus career services department
, 95

democracy
, 9

ethnicity
, 87

exclusion
, 27–29

human resources practices
, 122

information and knowledge resources
, 6

interviews
, 119

leadership level
, 87

librarian power
, 7–8

Library and Information Science (LIS). See Library and Information Science (LIS)

marginalization
, 27–29

mentoring
, 97

nonmeritocratic system
, 112

onboarding
, 121

power dynamics. See Power dynamics

public spheres
, 6, 8–9

racial microaggressions
, 87, 102

theoretical context
, 9–11

user empowerment
, 8

Web 2.0 technologies
, 6, 9

widening access and participation (WP)
, 26

Accessibility Legislation
, 122

Advocacy feminism
, 49–50

American Library Association (ALA)
, 2

Aspirational capitals
, 32

Association of Library and Information Science Education (ALISE)
, 94

Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs)

behaviors
, 117

definition
, 113

diagnosis
, 117

interviewing
, 119–121

job seekers
, 117

modeling and simulation
, 123

onboarding
, 121

performance management and promotion
, 125–126

positive behavioral support (PBS)
, 117

recruitment
, 117–119

retention and development
, 123–125

social interaction
, 114

statistics
, 113

symptoms
, 113

Zwicker’ s analysis
, 115

Banking model
, 31

Behavioral interviewing
, 148

Black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME)
, 25

ClimateQUAL
, 103

Communication
, 17, 45, 55, 57, 59–60, 113

Competency modeling
, 149–150

Consensus-based decision-making
, 58–59

Critical information literacy
, 31

Critical librarianship
, 131

Critical reflection
, 35

Critical Success Factors (CSFs)

definition
, 15

library management
, 15

service delivery processes
, 16

user empowerment
, 16

Web 2.0
, 16, 17

Critical theory
, 12–14, 22, 30–31, 34–36

Critlib leadership
, 29–31

Cultural recognition
, 31–33

Democracy
, 9

Descriptive power
, 8

Diversity and inclusion (D&I)
, 88–90

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI)
, 88, 97, 99

Education workers
, 33–34

Emotional intelligence
, 45

Emotional Quotient Inventory
, 153

interpersonal skills component
, 154

role of
, 150–152

teamwork skills
, 152

Empowerment
, 8

Equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI)
, 88–89

create roadmap
, 92

establish timeline
, 92

imagine future
, 92

measure progress
, 92

Exclusion, academic libraries
, 27–29

Facebook
, 6

Familial capitals
, 33

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
, 131–132, 134

Family-friendly policies
, 133, 135

paid maternity leave
, 137–138

remote work/working from home
, 139

Feminist leadership

advocacy
, 49–50, 53–54

anti-oppression work
, 45

caregiving responsibilities
, 50–52

communication
, 45, 55, 57, 59–60

decision-making
, 57–61

demographic descriptors
, 46

emotional intelligence
, 45

institutional characteristics
, 47

intersectional feminism
, 49

knowledge
, 48

organizational structure
, 54–57

reform feminism
, 48–49

revolutionary feminism
, 49

self-identify
, 42

sharing power value
, 42

Intellectual crisis
, 9

Intersectional feminism
, 49

Leadership skills
, 144

Librarian power
, 7–8

Library and Information Science (LIS)

critical theory
, 12–14

ontological approaches
, 11–12

scholars
, 9–10

significant theoretical contributions
, 10

social epistemology
, 11

Library management
, 15

Library of Congress (LOC)
, 1

Linguistic capitals
, 32

Lyon Declaration principles
, 8

Marginalization
, 27–29

Maternity leave
, 131, 133, 135

benefits
, 136

British women
, 136

coaching
, 139–140

family-friendly policies
, 137–138

flexback
, 138

German mothers
, 139

Mentoring
, 97–98, 100

MetLife
, 92–93

Misrecognition
, 31–33

Motherhood
, 132–134

National Autistic Society
, 118

Navigational capitals
, 33

Neurodevelopmental condition
, 113

Neutral social science
, 27

Ontological approaches, Library and Information Science (LIS)
, 11–12

Paid maternity leave
, 135

Participatory pedagogy
, 30

People of color (POC)
, 88, 97–101

Personnel selection
, 148, 154

Positive behavioral support (PBS)
, 117

Power dynamics

Critical Success Factors (CSFs)
, 15–17

Library and Information Science (LIS)
, 11

theoretical/philosophical approaches
, 9

Web 2.0
, 14–15

Pregnancy
, 132

Problem-posing education
, 31

Public spheres
, 6, 8–9

Race/ethnicity comparisons
, 86

Re-conceptualizing academic libraries
, 17

Recruitment strategy
, 93, 95, 103

Reform feminism
, 48–49

Remote work
, 139

Residency programs
, 96

Resistant capitals
, 33

Retention
, 92, 94, 97, 100

Return-to-work
, 136, 137, 139

Re-use model
, 12

Revolutionary feminism
, 49

Safe learning spaces
, 29

Schedule adjustments

flexible work schedule
, 138

infant-at-work program
, 140

job sharing
, 139

maternity coaching
, 139–140

part-time
, 138–139

remote work
, 139

Self-identify
, 42

Self-managing work teams
, 146

Service delivery processes
, 16

Shared conceptualization
, 11

Sharing power value
, 42

Situational interviewing
, 149

Social capitals
, 33, 123

Social epistemology
, 11

Social exchange theory
, 135

Social justice

access to
, 73–75

institution
, 68–71

street-level bureaucracy
, 66–68

sustainable communities
, 75–79

traditional library services
, 71–72

Supervisors

advocate, better leave policies
, 134–135

discussions before leave
, 136–137

family-friendly policies
, 137–138

inclusive atmosphere
, 137

policies
, 135–136

Target Corporation
, 88, 89

Team-based organizations
, 144, 145

Teamwork skills
, 147

and emotional intelligence
, 152

integrative taxonomy
, 148

verbal and nonverbal communication
, 153

T-Mobile
, 101–104

Twitter
, 6

Under-represented groups, United Kingdom
, 24

University of Houston (UH) Libraries
, 153

University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG)
, 94

User empowerment
, 8, 16

User knowledge-sharing community
, 12

Web 2.0 technologies

academic libraries
, 6, 9

Critical Success Factors (CSFs)
, 16, 17

democracy
, 9

power dynamics
, 14–15

Widening access and participation (WP)

academic libraries
, 26

Black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME)
, 25

critically reflective practice
, 35

Critlib leadership
, 29–31

cultural recognition
, 31–33

dividing practices
, 23

education workers
, 33–34

England
, 23–26

misrecognition
, 31–33

shock of recognition
, 22

under-represented groups
, 24

United Kingdom
, 23–26

working-class students
, 22

Wi-Fi hotspots
, 8

Working mothers
, 132, 133, 136